Chief Editor: Dr. Huma Ansari
Review and Publication Policy
Before submitting a manuscript, authors carefully read the author guidelines provided by the journal. These guidelines contain important information on the format, style, and length of the paper, as well as the specific submission requirements.
Authors prepare the manuscript according to the journal's guidelines. This includes organizing the research findings, writing a compelling abstract and introduction, presenting the methodology, results, and discussion, and concluding the work effectively.
The journal follows a systematic review and publication policy.
Acknowledgment of sources
Reviewers should identify relevant published work that has not been cited by the authors. Any statement whose observation, derivation, or argument has been reported in advance must be accompanied by a relevant citation. A reviewer should draw the attention of the editor to the fact that there is a special resemblance or overlap between the manuscript under review and any other published article of which he is personally aware.
The submitted manuscript is acknowledged within 5 working days upon receipt.
Initial manuscript evaluation
Before the peer review process commences, the journal's editor-in-chief or associate editors may conduct an initial assessment. They evaluate the manuscript's scope, relevance, and adherence to the journal's guidelines. Manuscripts that are not in line with the journal's focus may be rejected without being sent for peer review
Based on the reviewers' feedback and recommendations, the editor-in-chief or editorial board decides whether the paper should be accepted, rejected, or undergo revisions. In some cases, the editor may request a second round of peer review after revisions.
Type of Peer Review.
Reviewers assess research papers based on various criteria, including the study design, methodology, data analysis, results, and the overall contribution to the field. They provide detailed feedback, suggestions for improvement, and a recommendation on whether the manuscript should be accepted, rejected, or revised.
Before the peer review process commences, the journal's editor-in-chief or associate editors may conduct an initial assessment. They evaluate the manuscript's scope, relevance, and adherence to the journal's guidelines. Manuscripts that are not in line with the journal's focus may be rejected without being sent for peer review.